Camertonia issue 38 (2000)

EditorialJayne Lawes.
Camertonia 38 (2000) p. 1.
Appeal for new Editor. No training excavation this year, but a great deal of other activity. Looking forward to working in conjunction with Centre for the Historic Environment (Continuing Education) Bristol University. Project to be based around field study at Upper Row Farm, Nr Faulkland.

Excursions planned for 2000
Camertonia 38 (2000) pp. 36 – 42.
15 April, The British Museum. 6th May, Salisbury and Old Sarum. 23 May, Freshford Village. 13 June, Bathampton Down. 27 June, Lansdown,.10 July, Westbury and the White Horse, 9th September, Malmesbury.

News of Future Events with other bodies
Camertonia 38 (2000) pp. 43 – 44.
15 April, Council for British Archaeology (South West) AGM. 3 June, Field Trip to Lydney and Forest of Dean run jointly by CBA and Bath YAC. Contact details for the newly formed YAC for Bristol and Bath. 19-21 May 2000, a Pre-Historic Society week-end at Dillington House on the archaeology of Cranborne Chase. The new Centre for the Historic Environment is now up and running. Details of contacts given here.

Acknowledgements
Camertonia 38 (2000) p. 45.
Thanks to Profund Systems Ltd for use of their facilities for printing this edition of Camertonia.

Apologies
Camertonia 38 (2000) p. 45.
Committee apologies to those contributors whose articles contain typographical errors.

Winter Lecture Programme 2000-2001
Camertonia 38 (2000) p. 45.
12 October, Ms P. Pugsley ‘Roman Wooden Combs’. 9 November, Jayne Lawes, ‘The Annual Archaeological Review’, followed by the AGM. 14 December. Mr Chris Richards, ‘Worlebury Hill Fort’. 11 January, M. Bowden, ‘Unravelling the Landscape’. 8 February, Dr H Tinsley, ‘Pollen Analysis’. 8 March, Mrs G Swanton, ‘The Avebury World Heritage Site’.